It’s time for a rainbow! This pretty simple and tasty salad is extremely nutritious and can make for a perfect lunch or dinner. It’s also an ideal side dish for meat or fish. Although there are not all rainbow colours, it’s still very bright and colourful, and it will certainly improve your winter mood. So, give it a try and add some new colours to your life!
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This Mexican rice is a traditional Mexican dish that’ll make you look at rice from completely different angle even if you’ve hated it for all your life! It’s blissfully aromatic and fluffy (no much-hated clumps!) and just a bit spicy. To make it more like main dish, you can add canned corn, chili pepper, bell pepper or anything that comes to your mind. Otherwise, it’s one of my favourite side dishes, so give it a try!
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These delicious, cheesy and spicy ‘mandarins’ – with a hint of carrot sweetness or delicate nutty flavor – make for a perfect winter appetizer. They’re so bright, colourful and tasty they’ll disappear from your table the quickest! An incredible idea to surprise your guests or family!
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This is an ideal fitness dish; the dish that makes you jump, run, create, and not just take a nap. It’s really delicious and nourishing, full of protein, and a perfect alternative to mundane boiled buckwheat: with spicy bryndza and crunchy sesame and linseeds it turns into something really exquisite! By the way, it’s also a wonderful opportunity to ‘recycle’ yesterday-old buckwheat that no one is willing to eat. So, give it a try!
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These Italian biscuits with varied filling are unbelievably tasty: so crunchy, aromatic and – incredibly – healthy (low sugar and fat rate, lots of nuts)! They’re really easy and fast to cook as well. Try them with coffee or white wine and dive into the hedonist’s paradise!
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Do you still believe that Brussel sprouts are bitter, difficult to cook and generally unpalatable? Forget this. Sour-sweet dressing of this salad, along with creamy Feta cheese, sweet pomegranate seeds and honey-coated walnuts, will turn the Brussel sprouts, stir-fried and baked in their turn, into something really delectable, tender and aromatic. Dare to try and you’ll be genuinely impressed by this winter and yet so colourful a salad!
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Winter is a perfect time for hearty, filling and nourishing dishes and this soup is just like that. It’s really delicious and a healthy alternative for all soup-haters (as I am): there’s not much water, no potatoes, lots of tomatoes, aromatic spices and cheeeese! My first thought when I was cooking this soup was that it smells like pizza. Just give it a try and add more color to these winter days!
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This incredible salad harmoniously combines everything: fresh vegetables, creamy nourishing chickpeas, fragrant basil and soft Feta cheese: a true reminiscence of summer! It’s very easy to cook, filling and healthy. In these cold, almost winter days, just try this salad and surrender to nostalgia!
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Could you imagine beans being one of the key ingredients in an exquisite delectable cream soup? Yet, this seemingly rustic filling vegetable when combined with white wine, sweet stewed onion and the freshness of lemon zest creates something really unforgettable, while garlic croutons add a finishing stroke and balance the creaminess of the soup. Just give it a try and you’ll be genuinely surprised!
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This is a perfect winter salad: dietary, healthy, light and extremely nourishing. It doesn’t require any main course to go with and can doubtlessly replace your lunch or dinner. By the way, it’s really delicious (even if you hate beet as I do!): creamy chickpeas, sweet baked beet, crunchy walnuts and salty Feta cheese with marinated onion under sour-sweet dressing. It’s certainly worth giving it a try!
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